Well, who had Tiki Barber in the "First to Unretire" office pool? Nobody? K good. I've already grabbed my bucket of popcorn to see just how well this one plays out.
On the CBA negotiating front, things have heated up a bit and the NFLPA is starting to pressure the owners to open their financial books. Let's see if they comply.
One of the better stories today is the UT article grading the various sports radio shows on the airwaves in San Diego. Read it just to see what he says about Hacksaw.
Tiki Barber Confirms He's Unretiring And Returning To NFL In 2011 - SBNation.com
Tiki Barber has filed the necessary paperwork to unretire and return to the NFL according to reports.
NFL.com news: League, union continue mediation with 9-hour-plus session
During the mediation session, the union held a conference call with NFL Network and The Associated Press to announce it has retained an international investment bank to help players interpret any financial numbers they receive from the league.
NFL players face big decision if owners open financial records - Peter King - SI.com
If owners show their financials, players will have to trust what they're seeing. Owners likely are willing to compromise on requested $1 billion in additional funds. Mailbag questions on teams going public, Willis McGahee's value and more.
An NFL Lockout In 2011 Could Be The Best Thing That Ever Happened To Football - SBNation.com
The NFLPA and NFL Owners are back at the bargaining table this week negotiating a new CBA. While everyone's hoping for a deal before the new deadline hits on Friday, maybe we should be rooting for a lockout after all.
Ten more things to know, right now, about the labor situation | ProFootballTalk
Though the latest look came only four days ago, enough has changed since Friday to justify a fresh assessment of the situation.
AEG launches environmental impact process for L.A. stadium | ProFootballTalk
AEG has notified Los Angeles Director of City Planning Michael LoGrande of its intention to commence the formal procedure of producing a complete Environmental Impact Report relating to the construction of the venue that would be known as Farmers Field.
Acquiring Sanders is smart move for Chargers - SignOnSanDiego.com
Not being there, it’s hard to say exactly what fans are like in other NFL cities, but in San Diego it’s not difficult in the least. They’re fickle. It’s easier to speed read and fully comprehend James Joyce and William Faulkner in one sitting than what races through the minds of some of these people.
New coaches assimilating well | Chargers.com
Head Coach Norv Turner says the coaching staff has incorporated its three new members promptly and with few growing pains.
Mock 1: Chargers Clusters - SignOnSanDiego.com
I usually wait to do any sort of serious guessing about who the Chargers will take in the NFL Draft . But this is a special year.
Team lauded for green initiatives | Chargers.com
The Chargers ranked No. 6 in all of professional sports in 2010 for maintaining an environmentally-conscious stadium, which included recycling nearly two million beverage containers at home games.
Radio daze: Grading S.D. sports hosts - SignOnSanDiego.com
One writer’s opinion on the best and worst of sports-talk radio. See what he thinks about Hacksaw.
Explaining AFC West WR Power Rankings - NFL Nation Blog - ESPN
We're unveiling a new off-season feature Tuesday by doing a position-by-position NFL top 10 Power Rankings, which is based on an eight-person vote.
Jason's back-up: A QB ready to go all the way...and take the Raiders with him - Silver And Black Pride
Now, the Raiders, have only drafted one QB in 50 years that amounted to anything for them - Stabler; the rest were mediocre at best and mainly marginal or busts.
The Deal of the Century and How John Elway became a Bronco - Mile High Report
A look at one of the biggest personnel coups in NFL history. Who got the better end of the deal, the Denver Broncos or the Baltimore Colts?